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DAILY AND WEEKLY.
'V m r m m ot Hulnoription.
MIKI OF PORTAOi:
Dally oneyi ar tiy carrier $13 Oo
( pur cunt dlitcotintlt paid in advance.)
Uiillv.ono year 17 mall - 10 nn
iMily, oiiu miintli I mi
Wwtlcly, oiiu yi'ar a ill
Wnely.ll month 1 t)
l-frUluh of flvoor more for Wookly liull.tla at
onetime, pur year, fl Mi
IMVAHIAHI.r IN illlVlNI'l.
AM Communication ahoiild he i1ilrci'd to
K. A. HI UN KIT,
l'lihllHlicr anil l'ru'irtntiir.
It is curium, tin- lnc smiKt ii'i!i!
Iiavc of (Icliniiidiis. '1'Im v tiro the ! -lilit
f 1 n'i.-i H)-. hIki tliiiili, hiil. wlio.i!
tliinkiti nut niip :t 'iv;it iva. It
is nut littnl in iiiiilcr-tiiiicl why ilffini
tiotis tiro in Midi f:iv(;r. 'In l.citi with,
tluty Mtv 11 jniml c:il df ir.)iih!i.; it
pti;:tsaiit to kimw th:it wo havi' tli Re
sult of much jiaiiciit thought ami can;,
fill itivctiatinn imt up fur our im in n
"'it. compact liiili. Iiiunllc, easily jiort
ahln without fatigue. I tclinitiulis art!
cniiiv.-v,ions of lari- truth into mikiII
omiiass ttii'l it is plain that thev mav
he very useful tilings; hut the ililm-tiltv
with tin-in is that they arc not til way's
Iriistwoithv. an. I it is just thi.s essential
jioint about them which the ilHiiiitimi
Ioyer is incompetent to ilccidc. Ho
wants a sine rule of judgment in a cer
tain matter, liceaiisc .(- hiin-elf iloes not
nij'lersiaijil it well enough to lo with
out a (lelinitinii, or to mal.e one of liim
M'lf. Oihlly noii(;h, he is often ino
rant of w hat a ilctiiiitimi is; he ihmmU,
lirst of all. to have the nieanii: ,,f (1!tl
word ilelini'il fur him. -..' Atlnidic.
A singular ami elegant effect was pro
ilitceil, tlie other evening, hy a p,.lt(..
man in the (.tails slapping ,i's hal.lhead
insteail of clapping his hands. It
sounded very loud. No doubt it will
l-eeomo the fashion, a.s so many of our
rilt youth Imc. a groat deliciency in
this part (ofcuur.se, of hair). Court
WIT AND HUMOR,
An honest man is the noblest pursuit
One pound notes were first isstted In
It takes a girl alxnit f.mr hours long
er to wash tint front windows of "a
house than the back w indow.
Has it ever occurred to base-bal! men
that a milk pitdu r is generally a g.io.l
11 y catcher.
It is said that nearly all the male
meinber. of the Imperial' family of C. r
matiy are well trained artisans.'
"I called twice and found you out,"
"aid Mrs. June. "Very good," said
Mrs. Smith. "I had (o call but once to
lilld you out."
When a friend asked a reformed ine
brialo the cause f,f reformation he said:
"As yon are married you will unite un
1 . . 1 , . . 1
oeisiaii'i 11 wtien 1 ay getting tipsv
m see my niotiier-in-l iw.loiihle.'
I nil many an a he of .muvih-.- deep
and keen, the walking of a night's ca-rou-al
bear: full many a man. w ho with
"the boys" hath been, feels in the morn
his w ife's hand in his hair.
In an exchange a Summer hotel ad
vertises ".suitable grounds for archery."
ami directly beneath it is the advertise,
inent of a dealer in g!a-s eves, Noth
ing like having information 'handy.
The late freak among fashionable
New York girls is to patronize fortune
tellers. They've got rather tired ,f the
kind of lies the young men tell them,
and desire a change.
Tke has an irritating hkin disease,"
Mrs. Partington ,,v.. "( 'hariotte riisee
broke out all oyer him. and if he hadn't
wore Injun beads as an omelet it would
doubtless hae culminated fatally."
An Knglishman is said to he effecting
cures in Australia by breathing on peo
ple. This may be true, f,,r we"have en
countered people w hose breath was cer
tainly strong enough to kill a man, if it
struck him twice in the same place.
Dannie was very much interested in a
picture of some white whales, One day.
seeing his father coming from market,
with a large fish, he ran into the house,
exclaiming, "Mamma, mamma, papa's
been and found a baby w hale!"
The American Tract Society has dis
pensed Nh.'U I. his pages of litc'ralure the
jiast year, and there wasn't a scalping
Indian story of the West in the entire
lot. This accounts for the unpopulari
ty of the society's publications.
"I never thought but once," said
Deacon Webbing "that it was a. sin to
steal an umbrella." "And when was
thatr"' asked a friend. "It was when
sotno pesky thief stole my new silk
one," answered the, deacon.
Just to think that Ualph Waldo Kni
erson never dyed his moustache, never
twirled a ten-cent came, nor smoked
cigarettes! And et a lot of old fogies
haye the assurance to ask our votm"
men to look up to him a.s a model! "
"Thi.s is Neptune," said tint profes
sor, his lingers on llm outside ball of
the system, "and we tire two thousand,
seven hundred and tifty miles front the
sun," Rheumatic student on tlcj hack
seat tui'tiM tip his collar and shivers
A tobacco hater says, "Two cigars a
day will sunply 11 family with llour."
l'ogg nays lu Imys half-a-dozen cigars
some days, hut he doesn't find it tiny
;asier to supply the family with llour,
.'of all that, lie thinks there, must he a
Count (to liis servant) John, I havo
ml iced that eyefsineo your wife'sdeath
voti have conic home drunk every even
ing. Whvlstliis? John -lam only trying
U console myself for my loss. Count
And how long hs this going to lastP
Joliu-O, sir, f ntn inconsolable.
"Is my face dirty?" asked a young
inly of her aunt, while, at dinner at a
Jiurtford hotel, thy other day. "Dirtyt
Ko. Why do you askp" "liecauso that
insulting waiter Insists upon nutting a
tinvel beside, my plate. 1'vn thrown
tnreo under the. table, and yet every he
conies rouml ho puts another ono boforo
lint Vicar: "(Jot your grandson with
you to-day, Mrs. lirown?" Mrs. i'.roun:
"Ves, sir. Schoolmaster ain't well, yer
see, hir, tin' Vs give 'em a 'oliday, sir;
K, 1 l"" ' elf, I ses, a bevuotilid
tone, to 'have two of 'is teeth draw e. I,
Thousands of immigrants arriving
daily in New York immediately Icavu
for the West, and many person's won
der where they all find employment.
I he fact is, they merely take the' places
l those Western people who are blow 11
aw ay by frightful tornadoes.
"Is there such a thing as luck;"' aks
n correspondent. There is. i-'r in
stance, if you L'o home at two o'clock in
the morning, alter promising ymir wife
to be in early, and liud her asleep, and
don't tumble over any chairs, that's
luck, but it isn't to bedepended on.
Comgom, junior, who has only Ih-i-h
married a few days, happened, in euin
jiany with his wife, to pass near a bee
hive. The bees stung his wife, ami
(ioingom, instead of pitying her, said,
"How intelligent are those 1 s, my
dear, to know that we are in our honey
moon!'' A father complained bitterly of the
way bis children destroyed their cloth
ing. He said: ' When I was a buy I
only had one suit of clothes, and I had
to take care of it. I was only allowed
one pair of shoes a year in those days!"
Then the oldest boy spoke up and said:
"I say, dad, you have a much ea-ier
time of it now you are living with u!"
A young lady who had been married
ft little over a year wrote to her father
in this city, saving: "We have the ihar
ist little cottage in the world. ornament
ed with the most charming little creep,
crs you ever saw." The old man read
the letter, and exclaimed, "Twins, by
"Are you going to take that uglv jti"
dog with you again, Carrie!'''' asked
Charles. "J really believe you take
him simply to make yourself look pret
tier by the contrast."" "Don't be jealous
of poor 1'ug, Charley;" replied Carrie.
"I'll take yon some iime when I want
to look especially handsome."
A young lady of Harlem was recently
noticed by her mother to be funding
and kissing a pet kitten. "Whv. Man,"
said the mother, "you have kissed that
kitten more in live minutes than vuu
have me in five years." "Don't ou
know why I'd rather kiss the kitten
than you. mother?" "No, my child."
"You 'haven't got whiskers!"
An K'jiiivocal Compliment. "I'm so
glad to meet you here, Capt. Spinks!
and so glad you're going to take me in
to dinner!" (Capt. S. is delighted.)
"You're about the only man in
the room my husband in't likely to
be jealous of!" (Capt. Spinks' delight
is no longer unmixed.)
A French speculator, who has just
been ruined, meets one of his pa's.
"Ami w hat are you going to do now?''
iti'iuires this "person. "Do? there's
nothing left for me hut the other
world!1' "Mvdear fellow! Kill our
self?" "Kilfmyself? I sail for New York
to morrow, that's all?"
There are a number of eircunisim, ,
that will take the conceit out of a man,
and one of the chief is, after taking a
turn up the street and judging by The
way t hey look at you that on Tire "mak
ing a stunning impression 'on the girN,
to lind on your return that your hat hai
been on wrong side foremo-t all the
They were talking of thp innumera
ble caravan of colored men now passing
to the tomb who had ollee been coiieli
men to the Father of his Country.
Druwn said they were one and ail iiii-posuu-s.
"You wrongtheiu," said Fogg:
"why. I can show you a man. a friend
of mine, who has seen Washington.
"Noncseiise!" said l'rowti; "I'll bet
you something on that." "What shall
it be?" asked Forg. "A dinner for
three." "Done!" Fogg retired, return
ing a moment later w ith a youngish
looking fellow. "Here he is," said Fogg.
"What!" cried Brown, "do you mean
to say you have seen Washington?"
"O, yes,'11 was the (jniet reply "lived
there two winters." lirown paid for the
dinners without a w himper.
A Mountain Springtime in Wyoming.
t Spring in all latitudes and longitudes
is indeed a delightful season. It is more
especially so here near the place where
W intr is stored up for use almost the
entire year. Here in the neighborhood
where the remains of Sir John Franklin
were found, here where a man has to
wear a -cal-skin cap with ear mull's, on
the fourth of July, Spring, gentle
Spring, is more heartily welcome?! than
All nature is glad at this teasouof the
year and at this elevation. The socia
ble little cactus conies forth in the
gulches, while in its bosom the bud is
swelling which in Juno will come in its
trooieal hrbrhtiinss m....L- I In 1..
emblem of a' reluctant Spring. Coy and
shy, modest and reserved at times, let
not the fresh am! gentle stranger under
take to crush thee with his person.
Spring in this torrid clime reaches 11s
about June, and even at that time
seems uncertain and lacks that decision
of character which marks the season
farther away from the onen nolar sea
than we are.
It is at this season that the mountain
streams lira turned into the irrigating
canals and go laughing down the green
fringed ditches of tho town, kissing the
oyster can and with a gurgle of satis
faction dallying with the still'eued re
mains of thu holiday corset.
Out in the sun-kissed hills and over
the mellow distance whero the gray sky
lingers lovingly on tho mountains, the
graceful little cottontail is hounding
athwart tho glorious landscape. On
beyond him tho eye catches tho sw ift
Vet noiseless movement, nf tlm
n a moment tho cottontail tind the.
coyoto will have melted into each other
like a beautiful dreiun, and tho coyoto
will bo on tho outside.
In the greeuish-irrnv foreground ot
this beautiful picture, underneath tho
protecting houghs of tho sagebrush, the
sagehen is laying her ejres. AVo will not
disturb her thoughts, Tho intellectual
strain which it' reuuircs to lav an rirr
should not bo harshly broken in upon by
tho careless and thoughtless worldling.
Across tne stretch ot eve n am ami
tho green dlvido, tho Summer zenlivr is
sighing, and on Its heavins? bosom it is
bearing Iho seductive odor of tho sand
lilt', tlm tiR-nll hiilVnln wilt. , IV nml tlm
J, ,int.. Vlll.lllV 1T1IIWM ItUll I'UU 1
deceased Texan steer. 1
"All the health I enjoy, and even my life,
I limy say, is in consequence of Simmons
Liver Regulator. I would not take $1,
000,000 lor my interest in that medicine.
Wh. II. Wilson,
Lecturer Fla.Stutc Granger."
Millions of us tiro bilious. We are a
bilious race. Unit' of us aru born bilious,
with a predisposition to dyspepsia. Tho
best known remedy fur biliousness and in
digestion is Simmons Liver Keyulutor. It
has stoo l tho test of time.
A Haptist Minister's Experience.
I am a Haptist minister, and before I
even thought of beinj a clergyman, I grad
uated in medicine, but left a lucrative prac
tice for my present profession, -lOyeurs ago.
I was lor many years a kull'crer from quinsy;
"Thomas' Hclectric Oil cured nie." I was
also troubled with hoarseness, and Thomas'
EclcctricOil always relieved inc. My wife
and child had diphtheria, und "Thomas'
Hc luctric Oil cured them,'' and if taken in
time it will cure seven timcsout often. I urn
confident it is u cure for the most obstinate
cold or cough, and if any one will take a
small teaspoon und half lill it with the Oil,
and then pluce the end of the spoon in ono
nostril and draw the Oil out of the spoon
into tho head by sniffing us hard as they
can, until the Oil falls over into the throat,
and practice that twice a week, I don't care
how otlensive their head maybe, it will
clean it out aud cure, their catarrh. F'or
deafness and earache ithas'done wonders to
my certain knowledge. It is the only
medicine dubbed patent medicine that I
have ever fult like recommending, and I am
very anxious to see it in every pluce, for I
tell you that I would nut be without it in my
house for any consideration. I am now
suffering with a pain like rheumatism in
my right limb, and nothing relieves me like
Thomas' Kclectric Oil.
Dr. K. F. Cham:, Curry, Pa.
Paul G. Pchuh, Agent.
Ho Not He Deceived.
In these times of (prick medicine adver
tiseinents everywhere it is truly gratifying
to find one remedy that is worthy of puise
aod which really does as recommended.
Kkctric Hitters we can vou:h for as being
a true and reliable remedv, aud one that
will do as recommended. They invariably
cure Stomach and Liver Complaints, Dis
eases of the Kidneys ahd Urinary diffi
culties. We know whereof w e speak, and
can readily say, eive them a trial. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by Hurry W. Schuh. (3)
Mothers! Mother!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night aud broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth ? If so, go at once and get a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relieve the poor little sulferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has ever Used it, who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate the bowels,
and give rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safe to use in all cases, and
pleasant to the taste, und Is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in the United States.
Sold everywhere. 23 cents a bottle.
"ShLLKK's Liu.il Pin,-," have been the
standard remedy fur malaria, liver com
plaint, costlveness, etc., for fifty years.
To promote a vigorous growth of the
hair, u" Parker's Ihir Halsam. It restores
he joiirhful color to gray hair, removes
landruir, and cures itching of the scalp.
"How do you manage," said a lady to
her friend, "to appear so happy all the
time'r" "I always have Parker's Ginger
Touic handy," was tho reply," and thus
keep myself anil family in good health.
When I am well I always feel good natured.
See othir column.
Du. Kline's Gkeat Nekve Hestoher is
the marvel of the age for a'l nerve diseases.
All fits stopped fiee. Send to J31 Arch
btreet, Philadelpia, Fa.
The Howe scales have all the latest im
provements. It is true economy to buy
tho best. Hoiden. Sclleck fc Co.. agents.
St. Louis, Mo.
Allen's Hrain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, mrvous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs. $1. 5 for $3. All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, U13 First Ave., N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
Mits. Dukes, of Colfax, Iudiana, hasiun
ning sore on her ankle for two years.
"Lindsey's Blood searcher" cured it.
bowing and Reaping.
When a young hdy linns handkerchiefs
for a rich bachelor, she sews tint she nyy
reap, When seeds of disease are planted
through over indulgence, you can prevent
the undertaker from reaping the beiieiit by
using Spri ig Blusom. P. icy 31) cents,
Paul G. Schuh Ag.'iit.
Peusonh whose blood has been corrupted
nnd thu circulation ill ranged by fou
secretions the results of tho disordered
chemistry of the body need for their
pari Rent ion something like an inward
baptism at tho hands of Mrs. Lydiu K.
Pinkham, whose laboratory is at No. 2;j:i
Western Avenue, Lynn, Mass. Her Vege
table Compound is fairly iuuudating the
country with a river of life.
Wo must tell some men a great deal to
teach them a little, but tho knowledge of
the curative properties of Spring Blossom
in case of sick headache, indigestion and
billiousness is bought by experience.
Price 30 cents, Paul G. Schuh, Agent.
Tho lU'll.s of rpportondoin
patronize Sozodont because it perpetuates
and increases the most iniportaut item in
the sum of loveliness, beauty of tho teeth.
Let tho mouth bo ever so smell, a very
cupid's bow, if tilled with discolored teeth
it is repulsive. Whitened and preserved
with this peerless deitilico, tho teeth form
a delightful contrast to tho roseate huoand
lovely curve of a pretty mouth. Ho.odont
is far preferable to gritty tooth powders.
Tin: Grand Central Hotel, 1107 Broad
way, New York city, is more cent nil lv lo
cated than any other, first class hotel on
tho American plan in that citv, Don't for
get this when you visit Gotham and givo
tliemacall. 200 rooms oti Luropenn plan
Ht 1.00 and upwards rer day, also a good
SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST is3.
By the community at largo has been giv
en to Burdock Blood Bitters. No instance
is known where dissatisfaction lias been
manifested by their use, or where aught
but bciictit followed their administration.
Price 1 .00, Paul O. Schuh, Agent.
Km of Charge.
All persons suffering from Coughs, Colds,
Asthma, Bronchitis, Less of Voice, or an af
hctioii ot the Throat and Lungs, aro re
guested to call at Hurry W. Schuh' drug
Hture and get a triul bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery for ConcumptPin, free of
diarge, which will convince them of its
W'mdeiiiil merits ami show what a regular
dollar size bottle will do. C-dl early. '(:))
Of all the remedies on earth that well
miiy claim attention, Dr. Tlmmas' Klec
tiic Oil commands especial mention, l-'or
wondrous power to cure disease, Its fame
then's .-nine can throttle. Its merits aru
not in the pull', but are inside tho bottle.
Kliemmitisin, neuralgia, sore throat, asthma,
bronchitis diphtheria, etc., are all cured by
Thomas' Kclectric Oil.
Paul G. Schuh, Agent.
Go to Paul G. Schuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes, For brightness and
durability of color are unequaled. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Dircctirns ir. English
and German. Price 13 cents.
A GOOD BARGAIN
Will be given some enterpriseing m in
in The HLLi.hTi.N Building, which is now
otfertd for sale on easy teinis, long time
and low rate of interest. The building
has rented for the past year for
tifty to sixty-two dollars per " mouth.
The property consists of 4 lots, and two
brick buildings -a three story 40x00 and a
two story lf x 13. His a frontage of 30
teetou Washington avenue and 130 feet on
12th street. If desired the machinery, en
gine, boiler, ifcc, in the 2 story building
will bo sold with it. F'or particulars ad
dress this office, or John II Oberly, Bloom
Kidney Complaint Cured.
B. Turner, Rochester N. Y., writes:
"I have been for over a year subjt-ct to se
rious disorder of the kidneys, and oiten
unable to attetel to business; I procured
your HcKDocK Blood Bitters, and was
relieved belore half a bottle was used. I
intend to continue, as I feel confident that
they will entirely cure tne." Price $1.0)
Paul G. Schuh, Agent.
Indian Blood Syrup.
hvsneesla. Liver 111
fuses. Fever and Aunc
lb-art I'isi'iiNi'. liiliiiiiu.
ness, Nervous Debility
THE HEM UKMfDY KNOWN TO MAN!
Iwelve Thousand Hot ties
Sold Since lfi?0!
Till Svru poeii'.-f varied nropertlvt: il slim
uian-s ine pu umiu in the callvii. which ronvurtH
thu Murcli unil Miliar or the luncl into ulnoum
urflcii-ni-y in ptynniiK cannon wiuil ami iuuriii of
the fooil lu the sloinudi. If I In- uicdlrl ,n
iiunn iliiluly nft.-r i almj. the lerujentaLiuu .i i. il
It acts upon the Liver,
It Hfts Upon tlie Kiilneys,
It Regulates the Howels,
It Purities the Wool.
It Quiets the Nervous Sj stein.
It rrutnotes IMircsthm,
It XotirWies, Strei);'ihens ami Invigorated,
It Carries elf the Old Mnorinml makes New,
It dl'dis the I'oies of the Skill anil lllilliees
It nintrul:.es thu liereit-.tiiry l.unt, or polum lu
him :huiiu, nu n iirru i i n isrroilllii, l-.-,:pel:in
and all maimer of Sklu inxuaniiii anil lu.uru.il hn
'J hero aro 110 HpirltH etnployeil In tt" liiaiiufm-tiirc
ma u uui neinki ii ny UieinoHl ili-llciite linhe.or hy
i nircu hum iiiriiie, caru oiny Doiu reiiilre(l In ul-li-nti
u to direct ous.
(lalva, Hunrj County, tils.
I win nillerhie from Sick Ileailnclie nml U r;.
wtf otliul 1 cuiiM not iilteml to my hoiinehohl da-
UeH. ami a utaort irlal of nr. t'hirk Johimou' lull-
an uioou yiup elleciuallv rnrul ine.
MltS 11 KLKN KLK1NH.
Wulermiui hlailon, DuKalli Co., Ills,
Till I to certify thai Dr Chirk Johnson' Imlian
Hloml Kvnip hn cured mn or 1'iiln in the Hack. Il
I a valuable inoillcliii). MIW Wouji.
i enire 11111, Wliltu Co., Ark.
that 1 was Hlllie.U't Willi I'aliu-
tut Ion of Ihe Henri for mnnv veara I iriml iiur..r.
cut doctor, wIiofu prenerlplloim tendud inure to
weaken m llian they del to trennthen. I a lio-t
re Ivud to try Dr. Clark Jolumon' Indian lliond
Kyi up. which proved to bu a punitive cure not on
ly curlnu the Heart 1)Iohhc, hut alo a Nlek llead
ach which had been Iroiildinv tne.
MKS MAKY A. NKAb,
I wa allllcted with Liver Coiiuilalnt nd l)vpep
laaudfHllnd to put relief, althotmh unltiu imull
clue from our bent doctor 1 commenced iiMnit
Or. Johnson' Indian Illood Hvriin, and ahorl trial
cured mo. T. W. KfMINU. Mollue, III.
Thl certinc that Dr. Clark Joliiim.ii' Indian
Illood Syrup ha clliicliinlly cured inn of DyKpepcla.
Too much cannot lio ld In prlc or II.
W. K. W1M.MKU, lledford. Mn.
AiffUts wanted for thu mlo of the Indian Illood
Syrup in every town or villuito, In which I hut no
ajrent. rartlciiliim ulwn ou iipplUallou
DHUOOISTH HELL IT.
UliratorvTJ Wuitad it.,N.Y.
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS
Hloml, mid Ill mmiilKlv chana Hi Mend 1 1 '',""
Llrn")'lemliithi-iiniiimiOii,. A uy irwa whu will lak
1 plllfm-h nlvhtfnnn 1 hi 1Swmkmr bi rrrton-il
umonnil hnaltli.ltmieb lhiiibrMiMihl. Hull
vryvlirrn, ciriwiil ,jr mull fur lttr miimi I. H.
Johnium A Co., lloituu. Num., furutviljr Uuor, Me.
II Mil IS
PENNSYLVANIA Military ACADEMY
rjHKTKU. Slut year open Keptembor l.Ph.
.New Hiilldinpi. nuperlor acconiiiiodiiiloio..
AppolnliiiciiH nomplclu. Kniillah. Colliitlalu,
eiieinkal, civil Kiiiii iin.-rlrK cour. lleureu
ipiiterred. Apply in W. V. llalllday. Kin., pulton
Cairo, 111 , or to COI.. TIIKO. 11 V ATT, Wait.
Imliaiia Aslmry University.
I. Colleni' of Llli-raliire and Art
- ClaiolcHl uiiil I'lil ofiiplilcal.
I I. I heolo'icai ( oiir-e, Initrue.tion by the, prua
Idenl arid four profennor-i.
III. Law I on rc. liiMtnn-tion by threo tirofe.
l. Milliary I), parlinc-nt, under cliar;;e of L'niteil
V. I'r -piiratiiry school. Six klllful and exrerl
i Tuition l'ri-e. Ladie and I'l-mlenien admitted.
iiimmi iM uiiiiv. cii-.-i ii-riu lei: n Sent, r.i
iply fur oiiiiliifuii lo
ALEX.VN,,l-:i( M Aid IN, LL. H , I'r.'n't.
JoTIC li lui'ON TUAC I'OliS.
Ci'y Clerk' o'l'.c , Calru, III,, July ;t, ls-,
Sealed roponl will lie received al Ihi otltce,
directed to Ihuvlly council of tho City of Calru nn.
til meeting of the council, Monday eveuliiK, AUKUHt
i..u, I-"., mi iiiruii-uuiK uiu muieriai aim uolni;
the v'.nk. o-iloiins tin- work n-.ceiui.irv for the r
cuiiHtruclioii o: the lollowinir MilKwafk, to lie con
tiin ii d of wood, viz: On the c.tMt ide of Wal
nut Htcut. t:i w.'.-ii Konrtcetith ant Kifieenth
Hiieeia. A I'Oi.d an I Miiileicnt b ind for twice the
amount mint arcompnny all prnpoMiilon. Thu
work in h dune e the aii-fnc Inn of ihe commit-teeon-treel-i.
Th.j riitht to n-j (tanv and all bid
reicrvi-d by the cty. II. .1. r'Ol.K V, Clu Clerk.
Cily Clerk' offl.'.e. fai-. III., July JM.
Seali-,1 prop. i-ai III lie rcelved at till olilcu
dir cied in tip, city cnuru-il of tlm city ol Cair ,
until meviinu' of council. Monday fvenini;, An-UU.-t
1 lib, l-.s '. ,,r turiii-hliiL' tho m-itenal nml
t 1 ii if the w nr'i. or d iim the work, necexi-ary tnr
the rec.iiii!riiclinii of tin- ,-!owiu; aldt-walk. To
be recotitricted ol 'wood, vi.r Ou the westerly
lde. of Walnut urei-t. between Utli aud llth
nr ii-h, and on tin-i ,i :tlio y nMe. of 5tU t.reei
riinnltiL ITiO f et v.'i-ti-rly from Vahlrirtuu avenue.
To In- . in.Hirai ti-il hi hi irk. viz j Ou tho outherly
i-i 'i- ni r,i i, Nt-i-.-t riiiitiiiv.' .7- I'egt welwanllv from
Walnut s p'l't , irnvnl"i bv ordinance No. TM,
approved Novi'iipii-r inl, IsSI, which l-i on 111 In
ih oilie.i! and mui- -rt to examination Bt any tlmo.
A i'ooiI ahd Kutlli-li-nt 'mud for twice tho amount
inut uc".nni"iny nil iiroiioi-tl-ui Tlie tli;!it to
r j'-ctanv and all lii.l- r-i- veil bv the iitv.
I". J K il.hV.Cuy Clerk.
(t KAY'S SPKCII'IC MEDICINE.
TRADE M4RK. The Great Eni-
1 hIi reiuedv, All
rv't' T. uiit'.iliinf i lire for
A -i :' cm!nal weakue
? V, pe.-mat' rrhea. itn
. r3 l:l,"'"c. EJd all
1. rlim.A.cu f Imt fnlnur
i fiiiiuenco Jfa'
yt . fit
jj'jiUit) J aa.i:i;uwveria; iiitiide c., ir. U:
l n; .n il,.- hark. '-a &UiZ,
(1 lmn.'i.fvlioti. pn-matoreold ..e. nd man?
.nn- ai-ui, inn hij f, in.ni'.V
or a pri'ina'u-.' frav .
(Ifiy-U ar:ifilnr in
dewire to -nd fi-et riv p-,.
i'ir f,'im&ht. h.i e
i to 'vrv'ir.. l-r-Ta
pcnir. .M-rt-i-u i
t riv l!! t?r zf v. v.t
for or : 'v? iff
pa-Kij", or p:
l)V niaii on ri-i
"t ni.'ti' v. :iw i 'iti j
TltS, lit'.Ai MKDICJNK CO.,
On ai rriitit r,f r.i.i r
Y"l nw Wrapper; th
ot cure iHHiied
hvrrtLC. '. . V
rf -it, w have a lopled the
oiilv p-niilno. (iiiaiunti.-e
Ak-ui, Mur'Hoti, i'lumbur & Co
SnM in Cnlro lv l O Kl'lll'll
BEFORE -AND -AFTER 1
Electric Appliances are sent on 30 Days' Trial,
TO MEN ONLY, YCUfU OR OLD.
rito are miii.-ilii.' fr-mi Naitviic Dkiiilitv
V Lost VirAi.iiv. i
Vnioii. W,i.:tin.i Wfjkm
ot a I'kiisonai, Nati uh I
.NKI-VIl Kiihi K ANtl
i-S. Mill .ill I hiisf- iIi.-ii-,ii.is
lltlll-' tl'l'lll Ahl'fcKN Jlllll
"tiikb i i'ski. h".iv t.-ii. i .in I e.inii.lite ri-tn-
riltliilinl MKAITH.MiK'II I'l l MlMli,iilll,lkASTHtll.
Tin- irrini'lesi -li-'-.in'i.v ..I i .! S ti'i-nih I'eiirnrv
Keml al iineu I'm tlliii.tiul.i-il l' iin.ilet freo. Ai.ini
VOLTAIC KELT CO.. MARSHALL, MICH.
HAVE BEEN IMITATED,
And their oxcellont reputation in
jured by worthless imitations. Tho
Publio aro cautioned ngainst buy
ing riiiHtors having similar Hound
ing names. Sco that tho word
C-A PCINE is correctly spoiled,
Aro tho only iinprovomcnt ovor
mudo in Tlastcrs.
Ono is worth moro than adonon
of nny other kind.
Will ponitkoly euro whoro othor
rouiodioa will not oven roliovo.
l'rico '25 cents.
Eowaro of clicnp Hastors mado
with lead poisons.
3EABURY Cl JOHNSON,
Miiliufin'turlti) Chemlt, New York.
Vil lMI ItK.MI IM AT LAST. "I'Hi-'Met.'.
MEAD'S Mrdlrat.-d CRN jnd UUNIOH PLASTtR.
Nuttillitf In em Hiirlil iiiMitl Hi u lur Hih
- ourviii ni-nmim, l-inii lei, H.iln. Tuticr. Iliil I
Mun Kycc, MfhiurUI i.'-ii.i,, riiuh, l.nMt
. Ai'"IIU l -tlitilv (i.iii ltiiu., u, HImhI
' ill - -. It N.r.r ftllli. All illunaUla tiiii
niumry Ut. ko-i t . , k, f,rar(
(hi reiii'. I'Hl.lmr,!,. ,11 ,V(r, ,,,
. m f DR. f an
L oyesI m
y atiire Sparkllti!r8p,i,-nic for tndlireailon and
r.llioiine4. iho wnleroftlM famou Seltzi-r Sp.
I" ilnpll.-ated lu a mo i enl wlih a poonlnl of 'ar
riinl a .Seltzer Aperient, which coiiiaiiii every val
ualile I'lmnei-t of the Herman Sprim;. Th Krt-u-t
phyl uhKof Kurop. pronouiic.i that free t'ift
of rriivld'-mu th,. hiohi. poli-nL nf all unown alter
atlve. and it fac liuie. fiefhaiid foiiinlnL'. I- now
plaeed wli Inn the reach of eveiy Invalid of tlm
SOU) IIVAI.I, OKI (llJI.srs.
LOOK! LOOK!! SHE!!!
A D.I I'STAHI.IC nml I'oliTAHI.K, lor storeg and
tVin rl.ftn.-.. u. ...... u ...i .
in ,ii t
t.j - , i HliclVe 111 il mo-
o inmliln In put up. None to lake down.
ueacriptivi: clrnular. prlc- lint, Jtc.
I'ATIiNT WllKI.VINti CO.,
U'.l W . Miiillaiin St. l'hic:ai;o, III.
Y0FN(r AIK ".yo" ""'"tolearnTelep
I'l,v l"" ""month, uui
certain of a Hltuuiiun
aildrecM Valenilnu llrolhera.
iHtienvlllf, .1 if.
in c.ii iiM-.i(-i( inrour Ki lect liai ol local
.. ' '"I"1' '" " 1 iioneti.it to
ID Sprucu St.
t"iii i.i 'if
I nvii. t m.-i,i I
ni",',?" ,rr'l?., "i""'"1 nuikinirnvnUr nn-nUil
?2. '" v"-"""'"l'i"l leii'IIKK)iirlii,.rviliiil-,a.,i
La- Il meiiiliiT ifi-e-i the i.-ii,-mi , i-.,,, ,i,,iih it ,, t,
tlMli, Kltii liflKr n.il. llulen.K m i-,,,,,,,!,!,-. n-
niliivn nil,-. u.m:i .Oil.-, irani.iiT.iMe. A Minlili-1 ,,r'
re-i ni, lent iM,nt,., in ,.,-,.ry t,,u. b;,,vi,i; in.1,1, ,. mn.
r.. iiiiii',,t-- ( -,,.-,iUr -ent fpv. A-l.lr.- - li. 1 ktst,AU.
! Co., in h l : Jt-alie HttUlCVtiO. It u
'1H-nil lolin m-nr tin li I Ul, ..... j i.i 1.
Wl. K LINK'S KRfaT
t)i-mn. ONI.V m UE-l-' lil lull Hyurw w
.iMii!i.l'ira.KnuraT,tr IN KAI.i.litl.K II mkoa
1 mnrm-tiMi. ,t,ti,iit., iri(.ivm. TrimtiiBt
fit: trial txiltlp fre lo Kit f.... i.v i,..,. ..........
? :lirii",oii li,,i,lii,ii rHi:ivuil. hn, I iii,"niii,l'.u mui
l-'!l"V 'i'lri-. iif afflirtod to IH K1.I.NK..MI Ar-ti
ISl.,Fhll'l -r" ,SV hrunaitl. Ilrtrtir- 1,1 V,...,.
OF EVER? KIND 0HEAPEH THAR EVEft.
Elfli.,Shot r.un. Revolver. Aiiioiunlttou,
Hilling; raekle, .s-inH, Neta. Knivea,
Skiite, lliiiiinioi-ha, etc.
I.arfcn llluatrnteil utaloKue FUEK.
GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS,
Mill ,tli i. Will, i'A.
WANTED t I.adiesatid Oentli'men, tocniran
u io H'-u several vful llounvhold
Aitli'li-i. I'collu lllr(ro Lnoor 1 light.
l.icMs.vo terrliory Kiven. NocompuUUon.
Henitt i!auiiruct'i;( (i., box WIS, Pit tsburirTi, P.
Swedish Iasnot Powdor Kills
NO ALL TROUBLESOME VERMIN,
n. L' n "'V1"' :W"irmto Rnaehe. Ants,
nod ,i, r e's .i.-i','.o!,:U-,o iiii.lCottonWormH.
I i """"'' i lennly mid cheap. It
will i "t powm niiimulsor funis. Sample pack-
iV, J..,ZnlM ClT' P'-I'f l. Sumps takon.
t ireiil.-irs ti'i'o. Aci-ntt Wmiteil. AdilmJ
J. II. JOHNSTON, PitfaburKh. Pa. '
W5of all kinds fcrsala vnrvchdan
I tf 1 ?m fa.''uSs fre" Mln'' RICHARD
IJI HULL I C0. Box 868. Ilttsburgh, ftu
. .' Jllil l,'V T li l
New ntt l;ompietu ll'itol, fmnllnir on Loyob
Hiiciind aud Knllroad hlrurt,
Hi pot of the Chlrairo. Ht. t la
Nil' JHW (hie, II, : lllllinln Cl,tr-,
I.oill und I'lu-.lili-i lion MouiUain and N'Milliuru;
uiiiiiiin nun vinio, tain aim ni. i.niiiit iiauwayt
ar all JuM iic.mm thu ireei; whil thu Mtcatultoal
i.auiiii.ki i mn ruin ijuitre i;,Mam,
Thlllotel I heated hv team, ha itnam
l.alilldrv. Ilvdraiitlc H.leralor. Kluctric Cull Rulla.
Aiitoinallo Kire-Aliutn. Balh. aliolnlidv pur air,
pe-leet ewerai;e and tumplote apiaillitmniit.
Hniiurh furniMliluKH j potfect aurvict) aodaann
XCelled talilv. .,
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